My newly renovated 2BD/2BA apartment is in a beautiful 1895 Victorian building, located in one of San Francisco's most vibrant and convenient neighborhoods. Restaurants, bars, supermarkets, Whole Foods, the Castro Theater, and the Wednesday Farmers' Market are all within three blocks. There's even a convenience store right across the street. Yet the immediate surroundings are absolutely residential, with quaint old wooden buildings built before the 1906 earthquake.
Public transit around here is excellent, mainly due to being two blocks from the city's only subway line, MUNI, which whisks you down to the shopping districts, financial district, and Moscone Convention Center in about 10 minutes. The regional BART train is a 15-minute walk away, and all of the Silicon Valley shuttles stop nearby. Even the historic F-Market trolley line stops just a block away. Lyft and Uber usually appear within three minutes. A freeway onramp is about eight blocks down the street.
- To keep the old oak floors looking beautiful, this is a shoe-free home.